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Arctic Monkeys Unveils Tour in North America as a Support to The Car

Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys have dropped a bombshell – they’re embarking on a North American tour in support of The Car.

The tour launches in August 2023 and includes two nights at Forest Hills Stadium in New York and one night at Kia Forum in Inglewood, California. Fontaine D.C. will support them on these dates.

The band previously released a second single under The Car, “Body Paint”, with a video directed by Brook Linder. They also performed the song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Produced by the band’s longtime collaborator James Ford, The Car has been revealed to host the lead tracks “There’d Better Be a Mirrorball” and “I Ain’t Quite Where I Think I Am,” which were played live by the band this year. 

The Car is released after 2018’s Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, which was dropped five years after Arctic Monkeys’ fifth album, AM.

Like all of its predecessors, AM reached the top 1 of the UK charts. After Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, the Arctic Monkeys released the B-side Anyways, performed for Austin City Limits and released a live album for charity which was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

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Arctic Monkeys Schedules:

11-04 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Jeunesse Arena

11-05 São Paulo, Brazil – Primavera Sound

11-08 Curitiba, Brazil – Pedreira Paulo Leminski

11-10 Asunción, Paraguay – Kilk Fest

11-12 Santiago, Chile – Primavera Sound

11-13 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Primavera Sound

11-15 Lima, Peru – Arena 1

11-17 Bogotá, Colombia – Coliseo Live

11-19 Mexico City, Mexico – Corona Capital Festival

12-18-01-01 Glenworth Valley, Australia – Lost Paradise

12-19-31 Birregurra, Australia – Falls Festival

12-31-01-02 Byron Bay, Australia – Falls Festival

01-04 Melbourne, Australia – Sidney Myer Music Bowl

01-05 Melbourne, Australia – Sidney Myer Music Bowl 

01-06 Adelaide, Australia – Heaps Good Festival

01-07-08 Downtown Fremantle, Australia – Falls Festival

01-11 Brisbane, Australia – Riverstage

01-14 Sydney, Australia – The Domain

05-29 Bristol, England – Ashton Gate Stadium

05-31 Coventry, England – Building Society Arena

06-02 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford

06-03 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford

06-05 Middlesbrough, England – Riverside Stadium

06-07 Norwich, England – Carrow Road Stadium

06-09 Sheffield, England – Hillsborough Park

06-10 Sheffield, England – Hillsborough Park

06-12 Swansea, Wales – Swansea.com Stadium

06-14 Southampton, England – The Ageas Bowl

06-16 London, England – Emirates Stadium

06-17 London, England – Emirates Stadium

06-18 London, England – Emirates Stadium

06-20 Dublin, Ireland – Malahide Castle

06-25 Glasgow, Scotland – Bellahouston Park

08-25 Minneapolis, MN – The Armory

08-27 Chicago, IL – United Center

08-29 Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre

08-30 Toronto, Ontario – Budweiser Stage

09-02 Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre

09-03 Boston, MA – TD Garden

09-05 Philadelphia, PA – TD Pavilion at the Mann

09-07 Columbia, MD – Merriweather Post Pavilion

09-08 Forest Hills, NY – Forest Hills Stadium

09-09 Forest Hills, NY – Forest Hills Stadium

09-11 Alpharetta, GA – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

09-12 Nashville, TN – Ascend Amphitheater

09-15 Austin, TX – Moody Center

09-16 Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena

09-18 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

09-20 Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Arena

09-22 Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena

09-23 Vancouver, British Columbia – Pacific Coliseum

09-24 Portland, OR – Moda Center

09-26 San Francisco, CA – Chase Center

09-27 Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center

09-29 Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

with Fontaines D.C.

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